After hearing that a police department would cost more than $2 million a year and nearly $1 million in start-up costs, the Del Mar City Council on Nov. 18 decided not to establish its own department, but try to improve the services the city receives from the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.
More than six years after deciding to purchase Del Mar Shores Park, the Del Mar City Council is moving forward with a plan for the site.
Five years after Del Mar voters approved a specific plan for the Garden Del Mar property, residents will once again voice their opinions on a proposed project for the site.
A head-on collision on a rural road near Lake Hodges killed one person Nov. 18 and left another severely injured, authorities reported.
A fire broke out at Evergreen Nursery in Carmel Valley on the evening of Sunday, Nov. 17. At around 6:30 p.m., a neighbor called to alert the San Diego Fire Department that the houseplant structure at the nursery on Carmel Valley Road and Via Abertura was ablaze.
Torrey Pines Community Planning Board members voiced concerns at a Nov. 14 meeting about the impact the traffic generated by the proposed One Paseo project in Carmel Valley will have on public safety in their community.
The Del Mar fairgrounds received permission from the California Coastal Commission on Nov. 13 to begin holding a fall race meet in 2014, and to restore a dirt parking lot on the south side of its property into a natural wetlands habitat.
The special election to determine who will serve out Bob Filner’s remaining term will be Tuesday, Nov. 19. If no candidate receives a majority of votes, the two leading candidates will be in a run-off early next year.
In an attempt to get the U.S. Congress to officially declare the former Iraqi government’s attack as genocide, Carmel Valley-based Imani Lee, Inc. translated documents about the March 16, 1988 massacre.
Sexting, in which teens take and send sexually suggestive photos of themselves and others with their smart phones, is a serious problem that can have devastating consequences, San Diego police said at a community meeting held in Carmel Valley on Thursday, Nov. 7.